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March 21, 1980 - Image 62

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-03-21

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

62 Friday, March 21, 1980

Wickedness is its own
punishment.

Folks Farein
Celebrates 68th

Lights! Action!

The Yiddish Folks Farein
will hold its 68th anniver-
sary dinner 6:30 p.m. April
13 at Gino's on the Surf, Mt.
Clemens.
The public is invited, and
there is a charge. For reser-
vations, call Ann Wohl,
557-3192; Florence Hor-
witz, 474-2049; or Betty
Long, 968-2391.

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Bar-Ilan U. Director General
Tells of Needs to Detroiters

David Altman, who last
month was named
director-general of Bar-Ilan
University, Ramat-Gan, Is-
rael, addressing members of
the executive committee of
Detroit Friends of Bar-Ilan,
at a luncheon meeting
Wednesday at the
Sheraton-Southfield, de-
scribed the progress
achieved and stated that the
severest need at present is
the cramped space for
classes and dormitories.
Altman told of numerous
projects that have been in-
troduced, the three extra-
curricular campuses,
classes for the military and
special courses for the el-
derly.
"We are a university with
a mission," he said. "Our
aim is to bring the tradi-
tional message to our
people, to make Judaism
alive, knowledgeable, un-
derstood and adhered to."
In a brief introductory
address, Dr. Leon Fill, a
member of the Bar-Ilan
University board of di-
rectors, added to the call
for action by outlining

the objectives aimed at
providing fullest univer-
sity facilities for the
10,000 students, the hun-
dreds from abroad, the
more than 100 Arabs
enrolled in the student
body.
co-
Klein,
Emory
chairman of fund-raising
with Robert Naftaly, who
presided at the luncheon,
asked for widest support in
the oncoming fund-raising
projects for the university.
Altman has been associ-
ated with Bar-Ilan since
1969 as a student or
member of the administra-
tion. Born in Jerusalem in
1941, he had administrative
experience with the Tel
Aviv District Court and as
president of the court work-
ers' union.
He was elected president
of the Bar-Ilan Student
Association in 1972 and of
the Israel National Student
Union in 1973. Altman was
named special assistant to
Bar-Ilan's director general
in 1974, deputy director
general in 1975 and was
named director general of

Former Detroiter Founding
Male Breast Cancer Unit

A former Detroiter now
living in El Paso, Texas has
formed a foundation to dis-
seminate information about
male breast cancer.
Lawrence Keats, a De-
troit optometrist who re-
tired to El Paso in 1971 and
had a breast cancer opera-
tion, is warning men to be
wary of lumps in the breast
area.
Keats has queried the
American Cancer Society
about its lack of publicity
about male breast cancer.
He was told that the inci-
dence of this type of cancer
was too small for an infor-
mation campaign on the
subject.
Keats says that in the
U.S. there are 3.1 cases
for each one million
males. In Israel, there are
7.8 cases per million. In
the U.S., Keats says, there
are 600-700 cases nation-
ally, compared to 90,000
cases of breast cancer in
women.
Keats says breast cancer
in males can frequently
travel more rapidly than for
the female, and therefore a
radical mastectomy is most
often performed. Keats
urges rehabilitation pro-
grams to make it possible to
move the arm fully and
completely after such oper-
ations.
He has written a book
which he hopes soon to have
published, "Single-
Breasted Living." Keats is
eager for men to understand
that men do come down with
breast cancer and they
should not ignore a little
lump anywhere on the body,
but particularly in the
breast area.
"I am trying to establish
an association of survivors
throughout the country," he
explained. "We want to

train some of them to speak
in their areas of the country,
to spread information about
this disease."
Survivors of male mastec-
tomies are asked to write
Lawrence Keats, 14799
Chazy Ct., El Paso, Tex.
79927.

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Students Present
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The Union of Students for
Israel at the University of
Michigan will present the
final program in its Israel
Film Festival 7:30 p.m.
Thursday in the U-M
Union. The film to be shown
will be "Siege."
There is a charge. For in-
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